Cursive Letter Joins

How to join cursive letters of the alphabet

Once a student has mastered writing the individual letters in cursive writing, the next step is figuring out how they link together. A good middle step, before linking entire words, is to practice the main ways in which two (or three) letters are joined together. These pages provide worksheets for practicing top and bottom letter joins.

 

Joining cursive letters at the bottom

ch letter join

Practice joining two letters at the bottom, such as ai, ch or kn

 

Joining c-shaped cursive letters at the bottom

ng letter joins

Practice joining two letters at the bottom of which the second is c-shaped, such as ea, ng and ss

 

Joining a letter from the bottom to the letter e

se letter join

Practice joining letters to e, such as be, fe and se

 

Joining a letter from the top to the letter e

oe letter join

Practice joining letters to e at the top, such as re, oe and we

 

Joining two letters at the top

oa letter join

Practice joining two letters from the top, such as oa, on and op

 

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